This article discusses the Gilgit Baltistan Order of 2018 and its many attendant issues – primary among these are those relating to the erosion of local participation in governance. It further discusses how it may be amended to remove these difficulties and enhance local involvement.
This article discusses Gilgit-Baltistan’s current constitutional crisis and how its vague nature has denied the people of Gilgit-Baltistan their right to self-determination.
This article discusses the need to distinguish the governance of Gilgit Baltistan from the Kashmir dispute and argues that the region should be mainstreamed as a province of Pakistan.
This article discusses the need for regional countries to employ inidigenous means to resolve the Kashmir issue, otherwise they risk exacerbating the effects of conflict and climate change which may culminate in future water wars